What are cookies?
A cookie is a small, often encrypted text file that is stored on Your device. A website sends You a cookie and Your web browser stores it. The browser returns the cookie to the web server the next time You visit. They are designed to make the interaction between websites and users faster and easier. Our cookies don't store private information, such as debit card details or Your address. They simply store encrypted information. Cookies don't harm Your device and You can block them by changing Your browser settings.
These are also known as session cookies. They are only active while You are using our website. As soon as You close Your Internet browser, these cookies are deleted. They help to keep track of Your activity while on the site and therefore make it easier for You to move around and complete various tasks.
These are also known as saved cookies and are stored on Your device. These are used to retain Your player preferences and help us to improve Your experience of playing online. They are also used to track play behaviour in order to better target online advertising on other Internet sites and to prevent surveys from being presented more than once. They can remain stored on Your device for years.
Third parties cannot access personal information or any information that is traceable to an individual player. However, our trusted business and marketing partners are able to access the cookies in Your browser when You visit their websites. This information is combined to provide an overview of player behaviour, so it anonymous and does not identify You as an individual. This helps us to understand which third party websites bring players to this website and whether we've placed adverts effectively. It also allows our survey providers to identify players who have taken part in a survey before.
How do You control Your cookies?
You can change the settings in Your browser to accept or reject all or some cookies. Browser settings vary, but most can be changed via ‘Tools' > ‘Options' > ‘Privacy'. You can also check the 'Help' menu of Your particular browser (or Your mobile phone's handset manual) to learn how to change Your cookie settings. If You choose to disable cookies, then please note that this may limit the way You use this website. For example, You may have to re-enter information that would have ordinarily been stored as a cookie. Alternatively, Your browser may allow You to enable cookies for trusted websites only.